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I would like to output something like

see Smith (1999), Jones (2015), and Lovelace (2005).

by doing something like this

see \textcite{smith99, jones15, [and] lovelace04}

but I can not. Leaving out [and] gives me (as most of you know) something like

see Smith (1999), Jones (2015), Lovelace (2004)

But how can I insert that and?

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  • Do you use ̉biblatex, and if so, which style? – Bernard May 10 '15 at 17:24
  • I use: \usepackage[style=apa,backend=biber]{biblatex} – Wayne May 10 '15 at 17:25
  • A minimal working example would be nice… – Bernard May 10 '15 at 17:43
  • \textcite{french15topiCS, love15topiCS, cooper15topiCS} produces: French and Thomas (2015), Love (2015), Cooper and Peebles (2015)'' \textcite{french15topiCS, love15topiCS, [and] cooper15topiCS} produces: French and Thomas (2015), Love (2015), [and] cooper15topiCS'' – Wayne May 10 '15 at 17:45
  • Clearly I can do this: \textcite{french15topiCS, love15topiCS} and \textcite{cooper15topiCS} -- and that is what I have been doing, but I am wondering if there is a more general way to put "and" between the penultimate and the ultimate citation in a string of citations. – Wayne May 10 '15 at 17:54

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